Nokeval Stable-Sky-Node Wi-Fi Receiver and Repeater
The Nokeval Stable-Sky-Node functions as a wireless receiver and signal booster, utilising Nokeval Sky 433 MHz data transmission technology.
This device is designed with a waterproof (IP 66) and shockproof plastic casing. It necessitates a 12 to 24 VDC power source and connects to a computer or PLC via RS-485.
Data transfer between the receiver and the computer is facilitated using the Nokeval SCL or Modbus RTU protocol. The Stable-Sky-Node is equipped with four diagnostic LEDs. Please note that the power supply needs to be supplied separately.
In terms of technical specifications, the Nokeval Stable-Sky-Node is designed to operate in a wide range of environmental conditions. It has a storage temperature range of -40 to +70 °C and an operating temperature range of -30 to +60 °C, with an operational humidity range of 0 to 100 %RH. Its sturdy plastic housing, rated at IP 66, ensures protection, while compatibility is established with Sky series devices.
The radio aspect features an internal antenna operating at 433 MHz with a maximum transmission power of 10 dBm ERP. The RS-485 serial interface employs a 4-pin terminal block for power supply, connecting 3 D1 connectors and 4 D0 connectors, with a cable length capacity of up to 1000 meters. It supports multiple protocols such as Nokeval SCL, Modbus RTU, and Nopsa, with a range of selectable baud rates and Modbus parity settings.
For power, the device is powered through a 4-pin terminal block with connections for RS 485, with terminal 1 + and terminal 2 –. It requires a voltage supply of 12 to 24 VDC and consumes 50 mA of electric current. Connection options are available through RS-485 or USB, with Nokeval Meku as the protocol. The accompanying software, Mekuwin for Windows, facilitates configuration and data management.
The wireless receiver and repeater are ideal for buildings and the construction industry.
Specifications of the Wireless Receiver and Repeater
- Antenna: Internal
- Frequency: 433 MHz
- Transmission power: max 10 dBm ERP
RS-485 serial interface
- Connector: 4-pin terminal block connected to the power supply, 3 D1 connectors and 4 D0 connectors
- Cable max. length 1000 m
- Protocol: Nokeval SCL, Modbus RTU, Nopsa
- Baud rate: 300, 600, 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600, 19200, 38400, 57600, 115200, 128000, 230400 bits/s
- Modbus parity: 8N1, 8N2, 8E1, 8O1
- Connector: 4-pin terminal block connected: RS 485, terminal 1 +, terminal 2 –
- Voltage: 12…24 VDC
- Electric current requirement: 50 mA
- Connection: RS-485 or USB
- Protocol: Nokeval Meku
- Software: Mekuwin for Windows
What is the Purpose of a Wireless Receiver?
A wireless receiver is designed to capture and interpret wireless signals or data transmissions from compatible devices. Its primary purpose is to gather, process, and relay information, making it an essential component in wireless communication systems and data collection applications.